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SAT 10 MAY

Watch/Wildlife Explorers Clubs

Whisby Nature Park, Nr Lincoln

Run by: Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust

Our monthly meeting for Junior Wildlife Trust and RSPB members. A great chance to discover British wildlife and an ideal way for youngsters to get involved in nature conservation.

clock10:00–12:30

Suitable for 5-13

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The Watch / Wildlife Explorers Group

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Other Dates

This activity also runs on these dates:

  1. Sat 14 Jun 10:00–12:30
  2. Sat 12 Jul 10:00–12:30
  3. Sat 9 Aug 10:00–12:30
  4. Sat 13 Sep 10:00–12:30
  5. Sat 11 Oct 10:00–12:30
  6. Sat 8 Nov 10:00–12:30
  7. Sat 13 Dec 10:00–12:30

Cost

£2.00 per child.

Venue

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Whisby Nature Park

Moor Lane, Nr Lincoln

Meeting point: Whisby Education Centre

About this location

Whisby Nature Park is a 150 hectare Local Nature Reserve located c. 7 miles south-west of Lincoln, on Moor Lane Show more… directly north of the village of Thorpe on the Hill, and signposted from the adjacent A46 (see Whisby Nature Park maps). The entrance leads to the Whisby Natural World complex of buildings and car-parks. Parking is charged at a rate of £1 per day (pay and display)between 10.00am and 4.00pm. Early visitors should purchase a ticket if they plan to be on site beyond 10.00am. The Nature Park lies immediately adjacent.Show less…

Whisby Nature Park is a 150 hectare Local Nature Reserve located c. 7 miles south-west of Lincoln, on Moor Lane directly north of the village of Thorpe on the Hill, and signposted from the adjacent A46 (see Whisby Nature Park maps). The entrance leads to the Whisby Natural World complex of buildings and car-parks. Parking is charged at a rate of £1 per day (pay and display)between 10.00am and 4.00pm. Early visitors should purchase a ticket if they plan to be on site beyond 10.00am. The Nature Park lies immediately adjacent.

Contact

This activity is organised and run by Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust.

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